NEON day care centers remain closed

NORWALK - NEON says its child care centers in Norwalk will remain closed today.

The closure affects the child development programs at the Nathaniel Ely and Ben Franklin schools.

NEON says officials met yesterday with the agency appointed by the federal government to take over the Head Start program.

NEON leaders say they are working as quickly as possible to offer child care once again.

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